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Michael
Matilda and William Lutz (Crown Hill Cemetery)
Hello Genelle,

Sorry for the very late reply on your requests. Due to lack of time and so many requests it is hard to complete them all in a timely basis. Also I have been off line for a very, very long time.

You sent me the below message:

“When you have time, I would appreciate your adding the photos of the grave markers in the Crown Hill Cemetery for William Lutz 1853-1926 and his wife, Matilda F. Lutz, 1853-1919.”

Another contributor has already added a photo to their memorials but I have added a lot of information for both which I hope you find useful.

Michael……..
Added by Michael on Oct 03, 2015 8:25 PM
C. Bryan
RE: Edna Smart
You're welcome. Since I didn't take my step ladder, that is the best I could do. Those top ones are hard to get clearly.
Added by C. Bryan on Nov 13, 2014 2:55 PM
C. Bryan
RE: Elsie Smart photo
You're quite welcome. Those names are difficult to read, I'm afraid.
Added by C. Bryan on Nov 08, 2014 7:44 PM
Gennut
RE: Nancy Schutz Fisk
All who know of Nancy Shultz/Schultz would like to know more about her lineage.
From the book "The Life and Writtings of Moses Fisk", by Tim Barlow, Mrs. Cleo Barlow (the author's grandmother) gave the following account. Moses Fisk first met Nancy Schultz when the young girl and her brother were passing by the Fisk's home and stopped to get a drink of water. They later became engaged; but before Fisk would marry her, he sent his young fiancee to New England to be educated. While she was away, he built the famous Fisk home in which they were to spend the rest of their lives together.
Mrs. Pearl Stevens' rendition, from the same book, is a follows; One night an old Cherokee Indian woman accompanied by her young granddaughter stopped at Fisk's residence wanting food for their journey. The child, named Nancy, was an exceptionally beautiful girl about 13 years of age. Fisk, having compassion for the wanton girl who had been abandoned by her parents, obtained permission from the old woman to send the girl to New England to be educated after which he promised to marry her. The girl's father was a white fur trader of German descent named Schultz. The girl's mother was a full-blooded Cherokee Indian. At the time Fisk met the girl, she was being reared by her Indian grandmother. After completing her education, Nancy Schultz returned to Hilham a cultured and very beautiful young woman. She was tall, very prim and fashionable, and had jet black hair and dark eyes. She had also been taught the social graces of a lady. Fisk, who had vowed earlier never to allow an uneducated woman to bear and rear his children, was delighted with the young lady, and a courtship ensued.
My own father also told a similar story of how they met. So these stories have come down in at least three lines of the families.
The only other info I have is that her father was a German fur trader and supposedly his name was Horst Shultz/Schultz, although I have no source of where I got that name, on the web somewhere. If I can be of any other help, let me know, also it you find anything more on Nancy would appreciate it if you would let me know.
Thanks
Gennut
Added by Gennut on Aug 22, 2012 12:15 PM
Anonymous
Donovan
You also need to included memorial # I did it this time with out. Make sure you check it for me that this is the right people. thanks

You can also request a transfer under edit. Always make sure to include memorial # this way a person gets the right ones.
Added by Anonymous on Mar 20, 2012 6:10 AM
Anonymous
gr gr grandparetns
use the edit button
Added by Anonymous on Mar 19, 2012 8:06 PM
Michael
RE: Photo Request (Harry and Phyllis Lutz)
Genelle,

You are very welcome. I am glad I could have been of help.

Michael
Added by Michael on May 08, 2010 11:12 PM
Michael
RE: Photo Request (Harry and Phyllis Lutz)
Genelle,

I posted Harry D. Lutz photo for you. Also on his tombstone is Phyllis Lutz.

Michael
Added by Michael on May 08, 2010 8:13 PM
Robert Blake Reid
RE: Andrew Fultz
There is a center family stone with ony the family name on it. The only individual stone is for Laura Fultz. Her memorial is listed under Laura Fultz Aldrich Gilbert even though her stone reads Laura Fultz
Added by Robert Blake Reid on Mar 28, 2010 5:44 PM
Robert Blake Reid
Andrew Fultz
I went by Sunnyside today. I found the marker for Laura. At the family marker I did not find one for Andrew. Sorry.
Added by Robert Blake Reid on Mar 28, 2010 4:30 PM
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